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|Founder||Baha’u'llah||The Buddha||Jesus (Yeshua)||K’ung Fu-tzu (Confucius)||Brahmins – the priestly class of the invading Aryans||Muhammed|
|Place & time||Middle East (Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Syria), 1860s CE||Nepal, 500 BCE||Palestine, 30 CE||China 500 BCE||India, about 1500 BCE||Arabia, 620 CE|
|Local religion at the time||Islam||Hinduism||Judaism & Roman polytheism||-||Evolved from more primitive beliefs||Tribal polytheism|
|Written sources||Writings of Baha’u'llah & others – principally Kitab-l-Aqdas||Teachings of the Buddha written down much later & not treated as revelation||Bible, especially the New Testament||K’ung Fu-tzu’s writings||Many writings, mainly the Vedas (1000 BCE) & Upanishads (500 BCE)||Qur’an, written down by Muhammed|
|No. of adherents worldwide||2 million||376 million||2,100 million||400 million (combined with Taoism)||850 million||1,200 million|
|Nature of religion||Monotheism with revealed teachings – fulfils Judaism, Christianity and Islam||Dharmic. Way of life to achieve enlightenment||Monotheism with revealed teachings – fulfils Judaism||Taoic. Social & political ethics||Dharmic. Devotional rituals & tradition to achieve release from cycle of rebirth.||Monotheism with revealed beliefs – mixture of corporate & personal worship and ethics|
|Nature of God(s)||Monotheistic, ethical||Distant, unclear||Monotheistic, ethical, personal||-||Pantheistic & impersonal – life force (Brahmin) and many gods/aspects||Monotheistic, personal, ethical|
|How to please God(s)||Ethical living||Eightfold Path between extremes of asceticism & materialism||Repentance & faith in Jesus||-||Devotion, good works, knowledge & yoga to reduce karma (caused by bad behaviour) & maya (illusion)||Five Pillars – profession of faith, prayer/worshp, alms, fasting, pilgrimage to Mecca|
|Rewards & punishments||Life is a preparation for the next life (does this mean everyone enters afterlife?)||Life of acceptance & Nirvana||Life with God in this world and the next (or not)||Social harmony||Cycle of rebirth until karma dissolved & released.||Paradise for believers|
|Practices||Prayer & meditation leading to action – little emphasis on ritual (no churches or priests). Informal meeting every 19 days + festivals||Meditation, disciplined living to reduce suffering (recognising “impermanence, suffering & no-self”)||Weekly meetings, sharing faith & serving others||Respect for ancestors||Temples as homes to deities & shrines,
priests & rituals, individual holy men
|Five Pillars, Friday prayers at mosque, ritual washing and prayers|
|Distinctive ethics||Rational behaviour, peace, equality, tolerance, justice||Detachment, acceptance, meditation||Love your neighbour, humility, peace, justice||Cohesion of society. Living in harmony with environment||Do right, acquire wealth, enjoy pleasure, achieve release||Five Pillars, Jihad (holy struggle)|
|Founder||Mahavira (“great hero”)||Abraham & Moses||Zarathustra (not sure if he was a real person)||Evolved||Guru Nanak||Lao-Tzu (& Chuang Tzu)|
|Place & time||India, 550 BCE||Iraq, 2000 BCE||Iran, date unclear, 1200 or 600 BCE?||Japan, 0-1000 CE||India, 1500 CE||China 300-600 BCE|
|Local religion at the time||Hinduism||Polytheism||Local||-||Hinduism & Islam||Less refined version of same ideas|
|Written sources||Scriptures, written 100 years after Mahavira||The Law (Torah given by God) & the prophets. The Talmud||Avesta (Zarathustra’s teachings, written centuries later)||-||Guru Granth Sahib (Nanak’s & other Gurus’ teachings, written down later)||Writings of Lao-Tzu (Tao Te Ching) & Chuang Tzu|
|No. of adherents worldwide||3 million||14 million||2.6 million||4 million||23 million||400 million (combined with Confucianism)|
|Nature of religion||Dharmic. Soul is imprisoned in matter – cycle of rebirth until achieve release, at length, by intense discipline.||Monotheism with revealed beliefs – mixture of corporate & personal worship and ethics||Monotheism but dualistic. Ethical, personal.||Taoic. Shinto = “the way of the gods”. Mixture of polytheistic mythology & practical living. Little dogma. Co-exists happily with Buddhism||Dharmic. Practical religion about living in this world (not ascetic like some other eastern religions). Cycle of rebirth.||Taoic. Tao = “the way”. Mythical religion with strong ethical component, yin & yang. A way to live with little dogma.|
|Nature of God(s)||Distant, unclear – close to atheism||Monotheistic, personal, ethical||Ahura Mazda (all powerful God) is oposed by Angra Mainyu & supporteed by 7 created immortals.||Spiritual force manifested in “Kami” (nature, many gods or spirits, or ancestors)||Present everywhere in creation, unknowable, without form, beyond dogma, found in the heart. merciful.||Spiritual force (there is some polytheism in popular Taoism)|
|How to please God(s)||Ascetic life as a monk. Lay people can only hope to achieve being a monk in the next life||Obey Law – sacrifices for forgiveness of sins||Ethical living||Worship at shrines||Grace enables recognition of God’s word & hence ability to live ethically & devotionally and so earn salvation.||-|
|Rewards & punishments||Salvation = release from karma & cycle, then union with one’s true self||Pleasing or displeasing God||Life after death||A peaceful pure life?||Mystical union with God (on earth and in afterlife?)||Personal peace?|
|Practices||Fasting & extreme asceticism. Temples & images to assist meditation.||Worship & sacrifices in temple (but not since temple destroyed in 70 CE) & meetings in Synagogues||Ritual prayer & washings, fire ceremonies (fire is the symbol of God’s truth)||Worship, prayer & offerings at shrines to various Kami||Egalitarian, respect for other religions||Meditation, exercise (tai chi & Kung fu), detachment, festivals|
|Distinctive ethics||Do no harm (non violent & vegetarian), abstain from sex & worldly goods||10 Commandments, plus many detailed laws in Law and writings||Education, devotion, righteousness, non-violence, cleanliness||Purity & cleanliness||Love your neighbour, humility, peace, justice||Sensitivity, peacefulness, live in harmony with nature.|
|Subject||Scriptures in the Bible||Scriptures Given through Joseph Smith|
Physical nature of
Our creation in
Apostles and prophets
Mode of baptism
The gift of the
Baptism for the dead
The three kingdoms
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By Alan on Nov 13 in Blog tagged Aaronic Priesthood, baptism, crucified, Elijah the Prophet, from Jesus Christ, God the Father and Jesus Christ, Joseph Smith, LDS, Melchizedek Priesthood, missionaries, Mormons, Priesthood keys of authority, prophets, resurrected, sanctify ourselves, saw a vision, second coming, Temples, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, The Holy Ghost, the Lord will do wonders among you, the power and authority, the Priesthood, Thomas S. Monson, to help someone, twelve apostles, video | 3 Comments
This is where that young man, Bryce Reynolds in the Video, got the authority to exercise his priesthood that helped save another’s life.
Based upon one’s worthiness, it MUST be given to him by one who has the Authority and the keys given to him that can be traced back to Jesus Christ. This ordination is done the same way that Jesus did by the laying on of hands.
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President Monson and the First Presidency of
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
hold these keys today.
The Genealogy of the Keys of Authority.
For The Family
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For The Family
By Alan on Mar 18 in Blog tagged allowance, Apostle, baptism, Key, LDS, love God, love neighbors, Mormon, mutual respect, mutual understanding, priorities, Russell M. Nelson, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, tolerance, tolerate | 1 Comment
Our highest priorities in life are to love God and to love our neighbors. 1That broadly includes neighbors in our own family, our community, our nation, and our world. Obedience to the second commandment facilitates obedience to the first commandment. “When ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God” (Mosiah 2:17).
On every continent and across isles of the sea, the faithful are being gathered into The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Differences in cultural background, language, gender, and facial features fade into insignificance as members lose themselves in service to their beloved Savior.
Only the comprehension of the true fatherhood of God can bring full appreciation of the true brotherhood of man. That understanding inspires desire to build bridges of cooperation instead of walls of segregation.
Intolerance seeds contention; tolerance supersedes contention. Tolerance is the key that opens the door to mutual understanding and love.
Now may I offer an important note of caution. An erroneous assumption could be made that if a little of something is good, a lot must be better. Not so! Overdoses of needed medication can be toxic. Boundless mercy could oppose justice. So tolerance, without limit, could lead to spineless permissiveness.
The Lord drew boundary lines to define acceptable limits of tolerance. Danger rises when those divine limits are disobeyed. Just as parents teach little children not to run and play in the street, the Savior taught us that we need not tolerate evil. “Jesus went into the temple of God, … and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers” (Matthew 21:12; see alsoMark 11:15). Though He loves the sinner, the Lord said that He “cannot look upon sin with the least degree of allowance” (D&C 1:31).
Real love for the sinner may compel courageous confrontation—not acquiescence! Real love does not support self-destructing behavior.
Our commitment to the Savior causes us to scorn sin yet heed His commandment to love our neighbors. Together we live on this earth, which is to be tended, subdued, and shared with gratitude. 2 Each of us can help to make life in this world a more pleasant experience.
The First Presidency and the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles issued a public statement from which I quote:
“It is morally wrong for any person or group to deny anyone his or her inalienable dignity on the tragic and abhorrent theory of racial or cultural superiority.
“We call upon all people everywhere to recommit themselves to the time-honored ideals of tolerance and mutual respect. We sincerely believe that as we acknowledge one another with consideration and compassion we will discover that we can all peacefully coexist despite our deepest differences.” 3
Together we may stand intolerant of transgression but tolerant of neighbors with differences they hold sacred. Our beloved brothers and sisters throughout the world are all children of God. He is our Father. His Son, Jesus, is the Christ. His Church has been restored to the earth in these latter days to bless all of God’s children.
By Alan on Mar 11 in Blog tagged Abraham, Adam, baptism, Celestial Kingdom, children of Israel, covenant people, covenants, decendants, Enoch, everlasting covenant, Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, LDS, Lehi, marriage, members of the church, Mormons, Noah, Old Testament, promises, sacrament, temple ordinances, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints | 3 Comments
Mormon is a nickname for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Sometimes called, LDS.
• What is a covenant? Why are Latter-day Saints called a covenant people?
Within the gospel, a covenant means a sacred agreement or mutual promise between God and a person or a group of people. In making a covenant, God promises a blessing for obedience to particular commandments. He sets the terms of His covenants, and He reveals these terms to His prophets. If we choose to obey the terms of the covenant, we receive promised blessings. If we choose not to obey, He withholds the blessings, and in some instances a penalty also is given.
For example, when we join the Church we make several covenants with God. We covenant with the Savior at baptism to take upon ourselves His name. He promises that “as many as repent and are baptized in my name, which is Jesus Christ, and endure to the end, the same shall be saved” (D&C 18:22).
We covenant with the Lord as we partake of the sacrament . We promise to take His name upon ourselves, to remember Him, and to obey His commandments. We are promised that the Holy Spirit will be with us. (See D&C 20:77–79.)
When we receive temple ordinances, we make other sacred covenants and are promised exaltation for faithful obedience (see D&C 132; .
God has also made special covenants with particular persons or groups. He made special covenants with Adam, Enoch, Noah, the children of Israel, and Lehi (see Moses 6:31–36, 52; Genesis 9:9–17; Exodus 19:5–6; 2 Nephi 1).
He made a special covenant with Abraham and his descendants that blesses members of the Church and all nations of the earth today.
• Think about the covenants you have made with God and the blessings He has promised you for keeping these covenants.
• What is the Abrahamic covenant?
Abraham, an Old Testament prophet, was a very righteous man. He refused to worship his father’s idols. He kept all of the Lord’s commandments. Because of Abraham’s righteousness, the Lord made a covenant with him and his descendants.
The Lord promised Abraham that he would have numberless descendants. He promised that all of them would be entitled to receive the gospel, the blessings of the priesthood, and all of the ordinances of exaltation. These descendants, through the power of the priesthood, would carry the gospel to all nations. Through them, all the families of the earth would be blessed (see Abraham 2:11). God further promised that if they were righteous He would establish His covenant with all generations of Abraham’s children (see Genesis 17:4–8).
• How do the commandments and promises in the Abrahamic covenant apply to us?
• What blessings and responsibilities come to God’s covenant people today?
The blood descendants of Abraham are not the only people whom God calls His covenant people. In speaking to Abraham, God said, “As many as receive this Gospel shall be called after thy name, and shall be accounted thy seed [lineage], and shall rise up and bless thee, as their father” (Abraham 2:10). Thus, two groups of people are included in the covenant made with Abraham: (1) Abraham’s righteous blood descendants and (2) those adopted into his lineage by accepting and living the gospel of Jesus Christ (see 2 Nephi 30:2).
When we are baptized into the Church, we enter into the covenant the Lord made with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (see Galatians 3:26–29). If we are obedient, we inherit the blessings of that covenant. We have the right to receive help and guidance from the Holy Ghost. Worthy males have the right to hold the priesthood. Families can receive the blessings of the priesthood. We can gain eternal life in the celestial kingdom. There are no greater blessings than these.
Along with the blessings we receive as the Lord’s covenant people, we have great responsibilities. The Lord promised Abraham that through his descendants the gospel would be taken to all the earth. We are fulfilling this responsibility through the full-time missionary program of the Church and the missionary work done by the members. This opportunity to preach the gospel to all the world belongs only to the Lord’s Church and His covenant people.
As the Lord’s covenant people, we should keep His commandments. The Lord said, “I, the Lord, am bound when ye do what I say; but when ye do not what I say, ye have no promise” (D&C 82:10). If we reject our covenant after accepting the gospel, the covenant becomes void and we will stand condemned before God (see D&C 132:4). He has said: “Refrain from sin, lest sore judgments fall upon your heads. For of him unto whom much is given much is required; and he who sins against the greater light shall receive the greater condemnation” (D&C 82:2–3).
• What do we promise to do when we accept the gospel? What blessings does Heavenly Father give us as we keep these promises?
The fulness of the gospel is called the new and everlasting covenant. It includes the covenants made at baptism, during the sacrament, in the temple, and at any other time. The Lord calls it everlasting because it is ordained by an everlasting God and because the covenant will never be changed. He gave this same covenant to Adam, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, and other prophets. In this sense it is not new. But the Lord calls it new because each time the gospel is restored after being taken from the earth, it is new to the people who receive it (see Jeremiah 31:31–34; Ezekiel 37:26).
When we accept the new and everlasting covenant, we agree to repent, be baptized, receive the Holy Ghost, receive our endowments, receive the covenant of marriage in the temple, and follow and obey Christ to the end of our lives. As we keep our covenants, our Heavenly Father promises us that we will receive exaltation in the celestial kingdom (see D&C 132:20–24;
The greatness of that promise is hard for mortals to understand. The commandments He gives are for our benefit, and as we are faithful we may forever share the blessings and beauties of heaven and earth. We may live in His presence and partake of His love, compassion, power, greatness, knowledge, wisdom, glory, and dominions.
• What does being the Lord’s covenant people have to do with how we dress, act, and keep the commandments of God?
Additional Scriptures and Other Sources
• 1 Peter 2:9–10 (peculiar people)
• D&C 54:4–6 (effects of covenants kept and broken)
• D&C 132:7 (covenants made by proper authority)
• D&C 133:57–60 (purpose of covenants)
• D&C 35:24 (promises for obedience to covenants)
• Hebrews 8:6 (Jesus Christ is the mediator of a better covenant)
By Alan on Feb 19 in Blog tagged baptism, celestial, create, creator, God, greed, he way, heaven, hell, Holy Ghost, How to get to the highest kingdom, Jesus, mansions, physical body, pleasures, power, repentance, Satan, spirit body, telestial, teresterial, the natural man, The Plan, worldly | 3 Comments
HELL – OUTER DARKNESS
TERESTERIAL – Like The STAR
TELESTIAL – Like The MOON
CELESTIAL – Like The SUN
Our world is constantly battling for power, glory, money and riches, and seeking for more worldly pleasures despite those commandments we have been given that help us fulfill our earthly purposes here on earth.
Those who wish to be successful in this journey of life are those who realize and remember who created us, this world, and everything that is upon it, and whose Plan of Life we chose before we came here, only to remember who we are, why we are here, and where we are going.
We are children of God and with spirit bodies, came to this world to receive a physical body to become more like our Heavenly Parents with the God given powers to create life and become like our God, as creators! We chose Jesus’s Plan of Life, the God of this world, and even went to war in heaven against Satan and his plan to have the freedoms to choose and determine where we want to live forever after this earthly test by proving ourselves worthy.
I feel that too often we get caught up with pride, greed, and the limited focus and desire to be accepted of the world more than trying to remember what is important and be in the world but NOT of it! “The Natural man is an enemy of God”.
We MUST remember that we are NOT Human beings having Spiritual experiences! We ARE Spiritual Beings, even children of God, having Human Experiences!
We are at the final stages of this world. We were saved for this day as we were the strongest, the most valiant spirits that our Heavenly Father had who could withstand the temptations and distractions of the evil one and to return to heaven after this world to claim our graduation from this school of life. We came to prepare ourselves to become exalted spiritual beings like our parents as children do, and to live forever in the mansion of our worthiness for all eternity and become even more like our Heavenly parents!
This is why we are here. We are in a “school of learning“ and we are being ‘tested’ and will be graded at judgement day by the choices we have made. It is basically as simple as that. Have you ever gone to a school where you were not tested? Our memory of who we were and what we did before we came here was temporarily blocked from our minds as it would not really be a test if we had all the answers in front of us.
I wish to point out that those important choices that each and every person must remember as we decide which way we will choose to follow and where we want to end up after this life!
- There were two ways, or plans of life. Jesus’s and Satan’s. Jesus would show us the way and the Glory be god’s. Satan would make us follow his Plan and he wants all the glory for himself for doing so. We chose Jesus’s Plan, and that’s why we are here. One third of the spirits children in heaven went with Satan’s plan and were denied a physical body. You chose Jesus’s way and now have a physical body.
- Jesus is the God of this world. He was the God of Adam, Abraham, Moses, and Noah, and is still the God of this world today.
- Satan’s influence is still here. There are opposites in all things.
- God talks to us through His prophets. He has given us commandments to follow which are still valid today.
- There are kingdoms or mansions of heaven where we will go after we die where entrance will be based upon our being able to live those laws that are affiliated with each kingdom. God says, “All that I have is thine.” We are the ones that decide in which mansion we will dwell for eternity based upon those laws we are willing to live. There is a mansion or glory like unto the sun, a mansion or glory like unto the moon, a mansion or glory like unto the stars, and there is hell, a glory of everlasting darkness. So also is the resurrection.
- Children are innocent until the age of eight. Those who die before the age of eight need not to be baptized.
- We were commanded to multiply and replenish the earth and to seek marriage, which is ordained of God, and to keep those creative powers sacred while experiencing the act of being co-creators with God by bringing children into this world. To progress and be a creator after this world you will need a partner so get married for all eternity and not just till death do you part. Your children will automatically be sealed to you forever if done in the temple, the House o the Lord. This life is a trial run if you will in becoming like our Heavenly parents, creators of life. Any misuse of these powers is sin and future use of these powers will be denied.
- Everyone will live again because of Jesus’s sacrifice for us. The body and the spirit will be reunited eternally after this life.
- To live in the highest kingdom of heaven, one must have repented of past sins and be washed clean by being baptized by one who has the authority. He or she then needs to receive the Holy Ghost as a constant companion to help guide and direct their lives.
- Just as the choices we made in heaven affected who we are here on earth, the choices we make here on earth will affect the place or mansion in heaven we will live forever in the next life.
- The fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ has been given to us. We must receive and perform those sacred ordinances in this life in order to reach the highest kingdoms, or not.
- Those who died without the knowledge of Jesus Christ and His gospel are being taught in the spirit world after they die. Should they accept His ways, their ordinances must be performed by proxy here on earth in the Holy Temples or Houses of the Lord. This is the great work of Elijah that is going on in the Lord’s Temples today.
We know how this world is going to end. Prophets have revealed it to us. It will be a great and a dreadful day. If ye are prepared, ye shall not fear.
Choose ye this day whom ye will serve. As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.
I feel badly for those that don’t.
The wars and troubles that we see today are all because of bad choices and in not following Jesus’s Plan of Life. Satan is very much alive today and is still trying to fulfill his Plan of total control of our lives with limited freedoms and claiming all the glory and riches for himself. You can see this evil pattern in the world today.
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